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are currently waiting for the mexican authorities to turn over the suspect and the child over to us border agents at the arizona border crossing. >> reporter: henry's mother was overwhelmed by the good news and happy that her son will be returning soon. >> i was really afraid that i wouldn't be able to find him again or see him again. i was really scared. at this time, i'm not sure. i don't really have to think what was really going on. i'm really only worried about my son and thinking about him. i'm pretty sure he knows what he did and the actions that he took and that is -- there are going to be consequences to that. >> reporter: little henry will be spending the night in a mexican hospital and will be returned to the u.s. tomorrow, hopefully back in his mother's arms tomorrow night. >> new and disturbing information about the search for lynn spalding, the female patient whose body was found in a stairwell at san francisco general hospital. they admit that they made mistakes during the search for spalding. christine has details. >> the gravity of the situation is not lost on any of us. >
at the downtown jail. reasonable force was used to effect an arrest. they referred to the crowd as hostile and 4 angry residents were arrested. >> he has never been charged with anything in his life. neither of my children have records. >> reporter: the families behind doors are demanding answers and justice. >> i want my son home and want this to be over. none of this needed to happen at all. >> reporter: dan rubin, kron4news mpleghts. >> two of the biggest unions could be back to the table. scott shows us what is happening with the strike. >> reporter: one thing that is for sure is just when passengers thought this was behind them, it turns out it is not. >> the public is suffering. >> reporter: at the walnut creek station passengers are not happy. >> i think they need to settle and come to an agreement. >> reporter: here is the latest dispute involving the family medical leave act. they would get 6 weeks of paid leave if their spouse, partner, or child is sick. several times during negotiations it came up. >> you can't go back and read a contract and say wait, something is wrong. >> reporter:
is on for the suspect. dan ruben was at the scene and he brings us details of the attack and how police hope to track down the suspect. >> around 5:30 friday evening, police got a call about a woman who had been stabbed. >> the sergeant says officers are also unaccustomed to getting calls to the suites. >> we don't get violent crimes at that hotel. >> a woman was suffering from multiple stab wounds. officers located her on the third floor of the hotel, but that's not the floor she was staying on. >> crime occurred in a room she had rented on the 9th floor of the hotel. >> it was registered in the woman's name yielded more evidence. >> we did locate a weapon. i'm not going to specify what kind of weapon, so i don't come compromise the investigation. >> identity of the victim is being withheld, but police are searching for a person who already knows her name. >> we believe that the suspect and the victim were acquaintances and we don't think this was a random act of violence. >> to get more information about what prompted such a brutal attack. they are waiting for the victim to recover. >> hope
with us and review them. we will take them back to the office and make sure it doesn't have anything it isn't supposed to have. >> reporter: police made one arrest. in san francisco, kron4news. >>> two young boys are in the hospital after being hit by a truck crossing the street. they were 12 and 13. they crossed and were hit by a truck driven by a 75-year-old male. their conditions are not known. cell phone and speed is not a factor. >>> dan kerman tells us neighbors realized something was wrong with children being in a car. >> reporter: 29-year-old julio parked his suv along this curb and left his 10-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son in the car. >> he walked to visit a friend. and then he didn't come back to the vehicle. he left them there the whole night. they are cold, tired, hungry. >> it got down to 46 degrees. by morning a neighbor spotted the suv but didn't realize there was a problem until she returned at 12:45. >> when she came back someone was honking. she looked at the suv and saw a foot of a kid on a steering wheel. so my wife got scared and called 9-1-1 and called th
this means for city residents and for the homeless who use those parks overnight. >> reporter: in most cities in america, this would be considered a piece of common sense legislation and not very exciting, but this is san francisco and it's become a hot issue of controversy. and those opposed say it's nothing more than an attack on the homeless population of the city. san francisco has more than 200 parks on the books and they are used by thousands of people everyday, the biggest, the golden gate park, is already closed from midnight to 5:00 a.m. the new law will make this the standard closing park under the city's control. the biggest reason for the law was to prevent this, graffiti, vandalism and illegal dumping in san francisco and can be found in nearly every park in the city. but homeless advocates said the new law is an attack on the city's homeless population. in fact, the law does little more than make the closing time for all of the parks the same across the city. there's already laws against sleeping in the park and laws against graffiti and vandalism and illegal dumping. the
coastline. even the chance of rain. we have the reason north of us. it is breaking apart and fizzling out south of us. it will sweep through the overnight hours. the best chance of rain coming up in a bit. >>> still to come, how a bay area company thinks they can stop a mass shooting. >>> a dry winter after a dry summer and fall. >>> the make a wish foundation is making this youngster's dream come true. to those who've waited... worried... poked and prodded... taken risks... and lived in a state of "what if?"... welcome to a new state... of health. welcome to covered california. the place to find quality, affordable coverage. financial help for those in need. and nobody can be denied because of a pre-existing condition. enroll now at coveredca.com. . >> new tonight at 11:00. san francisco will turn into gotham city so that a boy can have his wish come true. >> reporter: over 7,000 volunteers will be on the streets as this 5-year-old gets to live out his dream. it has been a long battle. making through the worst part of his leukemia treatment he will get a list of where his help is needed.
buy anything? >> no not yet. >>> for those of you planning to use bart friday they will have longer trains to accommodate the bargain hunters. police will provide safety escorts within a 3 block radius and they will have patrol vehicles if people don't want to walk to their cars. >> i look down and my skirt is on fire, and i freak out. >>> thankful to be home, sasha fleischman, who is gender neutral speaks for the first time. he is brave but his resolve is more admire able. >> it was pretty scary. >> reporter: there are 2nd and 3rd degree burns from the november attack. after 3 surgeries it hurts to walk. sasha will have to wear compression leggings. a banner with get well messages covers the walls of their home. >> my parents would visit and bring a stack of cards this high. most of them were from total strangers. it was neat knowing there are people who care about you. >> reporter: the teen's confidence has not suffered. >> i will keep wearing a skirt. it is not something i will give up. >> reporter: they are trying to get back to normal and establishing a routine, which include
of age and a u.s. citizen, formerly a resident of new jersey. we're currently investigating his background and more about him. >> reporter: the incident raised questions about seconals the inside the airport. hundreds of flights to and from lax were affected throughout friday. hours after the incident many passengers remain frustrated. >> we were on the tarmac for five hours. first they moved us to international and then they said there was buses to take us off. >> reporter: we're hearing from sources that he was sending rambling text messages to his family members in new jersey complaining about his life here in l. a. the tsa individual who lost his life would have turned fort next week. >> the suspect's house in new jersey is believed to be the family home of this 23-year- old. there's reports his father had called the local police chief saying another family member had received a text suggesting he might take his own life. police began an investigation, but because he was over 21, a missing persons report was never filed. continuing our team coverage, the problems at lax tr
with them. jeff, tell us tonight how they're holding up. >> reporter: they're holding up okay. all things considered, they're doing pretty well. i spoke with his dad a couple hours ago and he said things like these ribbons have been placed on all of the bus stops along mcarthur boulevard. it's being called the rainbow road. teachers from the school put them up on every bus stop sign along macarthur boulevard to show their support for sasha and wish a speedy recovery. >> we're thrilled about the idea of the rainbow road, ribbons on the bus poles, all the way up the 57 bus line. >> the rainbow symbol is a symbol of the gay pride movement and it's a symbol of acceptance. >> reporter: they are to send a message. >> get that message that public spaces are safe spaces for all kids and that oakland feel that's way. >> reporter: students at oakland high school have collected more than $500. that money will go help pay for his medical bills. and his classmates over in berkeley showed up wearing skirts to show their support for their friend. >> we're doing this because we want to show them how much
into pieces. this sign used to show sports scores at concord high school. >> we came out to survey the damage and found it was all gone. >> reporter: now that the massive cleanup effort is under way to help restore everything that was destroyed by the wind. damage is still being done. pg&e is trying to restore power around the bay area. there are still thousands of people without power. pam. >> strong winds helping fuel wildfires in the bay area. a fire has burned 2500 acres. it's only 10% contained tonight. in napa county, a fire burning off the silverado trail north of the city of napa, 300 acres have burned since it started last night. this fire is 70% contain. the fire crews are working to protect homes in that area. >>> new developments tonight in the case of the alleged racial hazing that went on at san jose state university. three white male students are charged with harassing their black roommate, reportedly using racial slurs against him, trapping him in a closet, locking a bike chain around his neck and more. they have all been suspended. tonight, a fourth student could also be faci
sunday afternoon. our meteorologist is in the weather center and gives us the latest as he tracks this deadly typhoon. >> it's macing its way across the south china sea. the winds are up and over 100 mph, but it's forecasted to weaken. the forecast track takes it's onshore sometime tomorrow midday as a strong tropical storm with winds weakening to about 70 mph, but the stopper is still strong enough to cause flooding rains and damaging winds and possible coastal storm surge. in the bay area, mostly clear skies but fog is beginning to push into the bay. we have a mostly cloudy start but then sunshine. we'll see cooler temperatures for the day. >>> hundreds of demonstrators marched today demanding justice for the 13-year-old shot and killed by a deputy. tonight kron four spoke to protesters who explained why the death had such an impact in the mission district and elsewhere. >> reporter: the killing of andy lopez has sparked mass protests in santa rosa. those row tests have spread across california now and across the country. >> reporter: 13-year-old lopez was killed by a sheriff
than it used to. >> the only thing that changes is traffic moving well but there is no signs indicating the fourth floor is opened. >> westbound drivers are treated to wider lanes and new features. >> monday morning on highway 24 is likely to be pleasant as saturday morning t beginning of the workweek will put the work force at the caldecott tunnel test to see it will equal less time waiting in traffic, reporting at the caldecott tunnel, kron 4 news. >>> another brand new road way in the bay area, the east span of the bay bridge on this clear night in most places. we do have some close clouds a fremont and hayward. temperatures are cool tonight. it is getting cooler right now d temperatures close tore the 40s. as we get close to the sunrise look for 30s. san jose tonight 46 and look for readings around 50 close to the bay, for tomorrow we'll have some clouds in the morning and mostly sunny skies for most of the day. there is rain coming up next week, i will talk about that later on. >>> batkid captured the attention of millions. now you can have your memento of this gotham city. >>> fir
not have been okayed by negotiators because it's too costly. >> if you use a third of the employees, that number is about $44 million. that is just too risky. it costs too much. >> that's completely false. i think that's out of the scope of any vague calculation. i think they're putting it out there just to push their position of -- to cover the fact that they signed something with their signatures that they agreed upon. and we ratified it. >> reporter: the union that represents those that keep these trains rolling says it's willing to discuss the board's concern with the provision and consider making revisions. but only if the board approves the agreement first. >> the fate of this is in the board's hands. they're taking a vote. we're urging them to approve it. i guess we will pick up the pieces and see where we're at after that. >> reporter: the board meeting gets underway 9:00 on thursday. then they will go into closed session where they discuss the contracts and then come out and take a public vote. it's likely that the unions will have plenty to say after that vote. in oakland,
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team has voted and spoken. if they want us back they have to vote no and we will go from there. >> what does this mean? it means the contract could be up in the air and if the board rejects this contract then anything is possible. that means a strike could happen again. we'll keep our eyes on this story. i'm jeff bush. >> the board meets thursday. we'll keep following the bart contract talks be update you as soon as we learn more. you can get up dates on our face week and twitter pages on kron4.com and our mobile app. >>> miles scott wage batkid for a day and saved san francisco -- i mean gotham city -- today. >> if you want to see how the day of batkid went, we'll recap that in about eight minutes. a san francisco supervisor is on damage control tonight following what some are calling his negative post about today's batkid event. tonight eric mar plans himself. >> san francisco supervise errorric -- supervisor eric mar sent this out. writing waiting for miles the batkid and wondering how many thousands of san francisco kids living off food stamps could have been fed off the money. woul
said the u.s. will give humanitarian efforts. he says they have incredible rezil resiliency. >>> bay area residents show a big out pouring of support, a local non profit had people drop off items. in 4 hours they filled 47 boxes and raised money. many of those who have friends and family in the affected affected area. >> everybody has been affected. it is heavy on the heart. we want to send or best to them. >> a shipping company will deliver the boxes. tell take a month. the need will be there. it will take several months for people to get back on their feet. >>> we take you to the streets of san francisco for the 94th annual parade for veterans. >>> gun fire erupts in an ice skating rink. >>> football fans behind a blaze. i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose
swarm country in the bay area. >> reporter: the us geological survey david schwartz says it's anybody's guess when the shaking might stop. >> today's earthquake might have been the last one, you know, for a while, or they may continue. >> reporter: take a look at this. the green dots on this map represent the dozens of earthquakes recorded in the san ramon valley from november 2002 to march of 2003. the largest of which was a magnitude 4.2. why it's happening here is not clear. >> these are unknown faults. these are small fault that's don't hv they're sitting in the crust. the crust in this part of the bay area is just fractured in many different directions. >> reporter: the orange dots on this map are from the early '90s when some 350 earthquakes occurred over a six-week period near alamo. what does it mean. >> it's not really possible to say that these have any special meaning other than they're telling us this is an active area. once again, we have earthquakes in the bay area. it remind us that we have earthquakes and bigger ones down the road. >> reporter: bottom line says schwart
are starting to see light rain in the rain is t north of us. it is cloudy over the sierra. it is tapping into a plume of sub tropical moisture. we see higher rainfall totals. here is a look at future casts. the rain is concentrated largely. we could see light rain over the golden gates. it will be very very light. if we see and any showers at all. at 10:00 it will remain. the early afternoon we will have rainfall over the delta. it will move into the south bay. it is lingering over the north bay for several hours and rushes down to the south bay. by the 9:00 hour we have a lull. by early wednesday morning it returns. spotty showers to the north bay. by 11:00 there will be showers tapering off. at 4:00 on tuesday it will spread through the north bay and linger tuesday as you saw into early wednesday morning. temperatures in the up upper 50s and 60s. the storm will spend most of its time in the north bay. we could see 2 inches in localized spots. as far the sierra, check this out. all rain, pretty much -- we will only see brief periods of snow at 7500 feet. it is too warm. the snow level i
to us about anything. in p.e. or talk to you about going. >> reporter: everybody i talked to says he will be dearly missed. >> for many in the bay area, thanksgiving is about being with family. the first fortunate is where many don't have a plate to eat or give. food banks are falling short on supplies. close to 800 turkeys. the food bank. >> reporter: these boxes were all full of turkeys. now they are empty. between monday and tuesday, 500 families lined up. >> phonationsknownations kept coming without a place. >> it is our hope that it is going to be really close. >> reporter: more need this holiday. >> the e essentials, food, water, come tomorrow the turkeys could not be enough. no family will be turned away. >> reporter: we have had overcast skies. this next system will push toward the bay area and keep them out of fries freezing rain. hayward is 51. 53 in daly city. more coming up in a bit. . >> how police say they got their suspected. >> some don't have to wait until after thanksgiving to get good deals. . >> police say officers have arrested this man who lured a female throu
supply using explosives, and they attacked the kpa and harassing operations of the rear base 10 times. arms association escaped from dtrk to south korea. so i asked my guy to help me to look for their families and relatives. >> reporter: the korean central news agency issued a statement, claiming from newman. he was escortded off his flight last month after a 10-day tour of korea. they claimed he perpetrated acts of infringing upon the dignities and sovereignties of the dprk and slandering its socialist system. >> newman's family isn't speaking at this time, but they did issue this statement saying they're concerned about his well being. they're hoping dprk will quickly confirm he's being looked after and is in good health. they're hoping he's received his medication. they're saying they hope it will be possible to resolve this misunderstanding so that he can quickly rejoin his family. reporting live in palo alto. >>> early morning shopping in black friday turned in to chaos across much of the country. this is a mall in north philadelphia. a shopper recorded this video of a fight. one
it will allow us to carry this eight againsy forward to provide services to the bay area for a long, long time. >> reporter: bart general manager says they have the ability to implement improved technology without agreement from the unions. management says this helps to implement from wireless hand-held devices and e-mails over hand written notes. >> you would be stunned at the way this place operates because everything has to get their mission. i don't think we're looking at eliminating worker jobs at all. what we're looking at is modern needs modern -- modernizing. silicon valley is so close but so far away. >> reporter: they still need to vote on the tentative agreement and that will take place the week after next. the third smaller union also needs to vote on their contract offer which they are reviewing over the next several weeks. >>> the owners of a senior living facility in the east bay could still face charges of elder abuse. we get a first-hand account of what it was like to work at valley springs manner in castro valley. >> reporter: she set goals when she started working there.
from fading. the legal battle is on going. >>> rejecting snowden's plea if he returns to the u.s. he has temporary asylum in russia. the new poll says most americans are against cutting social security and the cost of living wages for full social security benefits. a third believe the age for benefits should be below 65. >> at the terminal there was a gator. >> this has captured a lot of attention. how that creature got there, he will be treated for 6 months. whoever owned it stunted its growth. >> how did he get through security? >>> we had a weather system come through blocking out the sun. 65 degrees here in ronert park. looking for alligators, i think we are good at sfo. clear skies. we will see temperatures drop into the 30s and the north bay valley and for monday. we have sunny skies. temperatures should be warmer because we will have more sunshine and readings will continue through wednesday. look for mid-to possibly upper 70s. look for sunny afternoon tomorrow and winds at times especially into the north bay. in the south bay it should be all right. upper 60s and low 70s. eve
. a memorial has continued to grow. 3 days ago they have started using cameras from market street to the highway 101 ramp. they want to find the cause of the accident. >>> we may know more this week, possibly. thank you. >> welcome. >> reporter: we still have gusty winds. we will see a lot of 40s. 63 in fairfield. we are still seeing wind speeds in the 20-mile per hour range. they will calm down overnight. warmer tomorrow afternoon. coming up in just a bit. >>> the gay rights movement in employment makes progress in congress. the city of san jose will deal with a wild pig problem, but animal lovers may not be happy. ♪ (woman) this place has got really good chocolate shakes. (growls) (man) that's a good look for you. (woman) that was fun. (man) yeah. (man) let me help you out with the.. (woman)...oh no, i got it. (man) you sure? (woman) just pop the trunk. (man vo) i may not know where the road will lead, but... i'm sure my subaru will get me there. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. . >> a man riding an a.c. transit bus was on fire at macarthur boulevard. no i
will not bring us much change. even the coastline will see the sunny skies. the 40s for the most part, 40 in napa, 42 in santa rosa. the afternoon will bring 70s. 73 in san jose. 72 in redwood city. 74 in walnut creek. at the coast we will be in the 60s. 68 in downtown san francisco. low 70s for the north bay. we will see temperatures similar to today, but the winds will pick up. it will be windy into thursday. there will be a high fire danger. the red flag warning could come. a chance of rain saturday. >>> in sports sharks try to snap a win. and getting pesky with the pistons. . >> good evening, detroit no matchup. getting wound and up ready to go. curry to boget. the warriors on fire. curry 28.8 assists. david lee, 4th quarter was everybody getting in there. feeling good. they host oklahoma city thursday. >>> two of the highest raider recruits, andrew and shibari, parker had 27-point, wiggins got going. kansas won tonight. >>> cal took apart denver. jordan matthews. cobb trying to block a shot, appears to hyperextend his knee. cal a winner. we like to do in local news, i grew up watching the w
baivment bay. cooler out there. in saturday another storm moves to the north of us. there is a slight chance and better chance into tuesday and wednesday. >>> in sports a sharks player bruteally injured comes back. a thunder game goes down to the wire. gary has sports highlights next. . >> good evening. it doesn't get much better thran the than the warriors finish. 3rd quarter. curry going for 3. 84-77. 22 points, 9 assists, 5 second it iss left. looks like a game winner. they come back. there it is. take another look. shot shot oflast shot of the game. 116. russell gives oklahoma city the lead. the warriors great finish against one of the better teams in the nba. college can't follow that. anthony brown hits a 3 pointer. stanford beats northwestern. 71-58. sharks never seem to get it done in regulation. thomas turning on the red light. rookie, 11th goal of the season. dan boil boyle. it is reviewed. replay shows yes, yes, it is over the sharks win tonight. the replay helps this time. >>> 49ers will be 3-point underdogs. 2 games back of sea a little. seattle. saints play at home. unde
us with our timeline. >> reporter: according to hospital officials, the mystery man spotted spalding in the stairwell in early october, two weeks after she had been reported missing. >> reporter: it's unclear what other cluings cluings -- clues the mystery man has been giving regarding this case. they want to know what happened to her here at san francisco general. >>> another development in the bart contract issue. a statement was issued regarding a suggestion that the management approve the contract. here is the timeline. the family medical leave clause was in the original contract, but on june 5 the union proposed to take it off the table in exchange for agreeing to several other proposals, and that was rejected. then comes july 11 when she says the lead negotiator greed to the family leave matter, part of the contract on july 19. on august 7 both unions presented written materials, including agreements, and none was rejected. on halloween the unions again game written materials to bart documenting agreements, including the family leave clause. they say it was not rejected unt
whether, yes shorts. the cold season is upon us. when it comes to driving conditions, the roads are in pretty good shape. that is good news. a number of ski resorts open friday. in south lake tahoe, j.r. stone. >>> no doubt about it it is windy. let's look at gusts. 41 in half moon bay. we have gusts from 20 to the 50- mile an our range. all the areas impacted, all the north bay, delgt delta, east bay, only one not impacted are south bay. >>> north bay is bay. north bay is affected until 10:00 p.m. breezy along the coast and the east bay hills and valleys. in the later evening evening hours we will see breesy conditions to the north. the wind advisory will be in effect until 10:00 p.m. wind speeds up to 50 expected in the valleys with 60-mile per our gusts. we have seen downed trees and power lines. slow down especially over the bridges especially in an suv. temperaturestemperatures help you visualize. it shows you where it will be windy and calmer and cooler. we have 60s out there and 70s as we head to the 3:00 hour. extended forecast. breesy into the morning. the weekend will
. >> not only is it an infraction to drive with your lights off, it's reason for us to pull you over. but a sign that maybe you're not fully aware of your surroundings based on some type of impairment. >> reporter: across the nation, more than 700 people died in dui related crashes last year. even if you plan on having one drink, police say stay off the road. but enjoy your holiday. >> getting out of sfo for the holiday has been smooth. the rough weather in the midwest and the east coast has not created delays at sfo and that is expected to continue until the weekend. >>> tonight accident a teenager that was set ablaze on board a transit bus is at home with his family just in time for the holidays. this is video of the boy arriving home. he was finished a three-week stay in the burn unit at the hospital. back in early november, he suffered serious burns when police say a 16-year-old passenger on the same bus sent the gender neutral teen's skirt on fire while sasha slept. >> sasha said what color skirt he wanted to wear on the way home. it doesn't change howell express himself. >> we are hoping t
storms. where they are hitting the u.s. the hardest. a big day in football. sports highlights coming up. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. with qualifying bundles. we're new to town.ells. welcome to monroe. so you can move more effortlessly... we want to open a new account: checking and savings. well we can help with that. we tend to do a lot of banking online. you play? yeah discover a mobile app that lets you bank more freely... and feel at home more quickly. chase. so you can. . >> president obama is coming to the city on the bay. this is video of his last visit back in june. he will speak at
. >> please use your executive order -- >> reporter: the outburst caused him to turn and talk to him. >> he can stay there. they feel deeply about the concerns for their family. what you need to know when i am speaking as president of the united states, i come to this community, if in fact i could solve these problems without passing laws in congress i would do so. we are a nation of laws. >> his response was not impressive. he treated me like a kid. >> reporter: he said he would do it again. >> i firmly believe it was the right thing to do. i represent the voice of people who couldn't be at the rally. >> reporter: in san francisco, justine waltman. kron4news. >>> a living facility abandoned patients. >>> black friday lining up. >>> a multiple shooting, details next. >> we have high clouds over the bay area. temperatures and whether or not there will be rain coming up. . >>> a shooting with multiple victims at 96th and olive. we have confirmed 7 male victims. 2 in critical condition and the rest expected to survive. this took place in the early evening hours. police still investigating and
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